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THE ROZSA CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE:
CAPTURING THE IMPOSSIBLE
WITH EXTREME FILMMAKER BRYAN SMITH
Run time 70 min followed by Q&A Session
General admission seating | Public welcome
Join filmmaker Bryan Smith on the edge of what’s possible in extreme filmmaking. Descend the deepest canyon in the South Pacific, traverse the length of the Alaska Range by paraglider, and climb the ice of Niagara Falls. His passion for storytelling combined with his reputation for capturing the impossible make for an unforgettable presentation
Content Considerations // extreme adventure; discussion of danger and risk-taking
The National Geographic Live Speaker Series brings premium storytelling and visually stunning imagery to the stage with first-hand accounts of science, adventure, and exploration told by our world-class explorers who inspire change in the world.
Bryan Smith is an award-winning filmmaker based out of Squamish, British Columbia. His first documentary, 49 Megawatts, received acclaim both for its amazing kayaking footage and insightful exploration of the controversy over British Columbia’s river-based energy production. An online version went viral and led to two-feature length sea kayaking films. His work has appeared at numerous film festivals across the world, including the prized Banff and Telluride Mountain Film Festivals.
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